Elizabeth Bowen in the 1940s

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Abstract

No longer neglected, Elizabeth Bowen has emerged as a significant twentieth century British writer. Here I consider how her work in the 1940s can be situated both in relation to the period, and to her literary and critical inheritances. The chapter considers a range of novels, short stories and essays to broaden awareness of her work from her best-recognised war writing to some lesser known, but no less significant, materials.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationThe 1940s: A Decade of Modern British Fiction
EditorsPhilip Tew, Glyn White
PublisherBloomsbury Academic
Publication statusAccepted/In press - 5 Nov 2020

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